- Built from powder-coated steel for long-life, strength and corrosion resistance, yet weighs just 39lbs
- Patented parallelogram design and spring-loaded pull pin release for easy rear-of-vehicle access and up/down maneuverability
- Bikes stay horizontal when accessing rear of vehicle
- QuietRide locking and tightening technology ensures a ride virtually free of rattling
- Super-reinforced top plate and end-of-arm safety reflectors for nighttime safety and visibility
- Holds up to four kid-sized or adult bikes with a total weight capacity of up to 160lbs
- Adjusts to work with both 1.25" and 2" hitch receivers rated at Class II or higher
- Padded anti-sway Cradles, rubber straps, hitch lock and security cable (padlock not included) get your bikes to the destination safe and secure
- Your Softride Dura 4-Bike Rack is backed by a Lifetime Warranty
Get to the trailhead, race starting line or staging area safely and with style. The Softride Dura 4-Bike Rack carries up to four bikes - up to 160lbs of total weight, so you can take family and friends along for the ride.
Your bikes will travel in comfort and with nearly no movement thanks to the over-molded, anti-sway cradles. And, they'll stay where you put them with the help of the secure rubber straps and retractable anti-theft cable. Plus, QuiteRide locking and tightening technology prevents that annoying road rattle common with lesser hitch mount racks. The end-of-arm safety reflectors round out the rack for blazing nighttime visibility.
Need to get into the rear of your vehicle? The Softride Dura 4-Bike Rack easily lowers out of the way for quick access. Plus, your bikes stay horizontal while you grab your gear. What's more, this rack is built to last from powder-coated steel, yet weighs in at a manageable 39lbs. As if that weren't enough, the Softride Dura is backed by a Lifetime Warranty.
Softride Access Dura 4-Bike Rack Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by James T (KOKOMO, IN) Reviewed for a 2016 Toyota Camry — Sep 06, 2016 4:59 AM
Initially I loved the Dura 4-Bike Rack. However, after just 4 uses one of the rubber straps snapped in-half. After 5 uses one of the knobs that the rubber straps attaches to broke off completely. Not really sure what to do now that the knob broke off...who do I contact to get it fixed? It does seem sturdy enough for those longer trips but I'm afraid the straps may snap. Also, the rubber straps are extremely hard to get attached.
Reviewed by daniel f (MAPLE GLEN, PA) Reviewed for a 2012 Hyundai Veracruz — Jul 26, 2016 3:52 AM
I bought this because I was told this would be the best rack to buy if I wanted to access the trunk on my suv (Hyundai Veracruz). It is incredibly easy on that front. It wasn't difficult to install. However, I would have loved it if the arms simply folded down to store them instead of removing them (that is simple too though) and getting my daughter's smaller bike on is difficult, but it does fit.
Reviewed by Joe J (WAUKESHA, WI) Reviewed for a 2011 Kia Sportage — Jul 20, 2016 3:42 AM
Heading from Wisconsin to S. Dakota and needed a solid rack.The instructions for assembly and mounting are a bit lacking. Be sure to pull the locking cable from the frame post prior to installing the top plate. Also, the top plate locking pins must face toward the vehicle. The locking hitch pin can be difficult to line up with the bolt...I find myself on the ground each time I mount the rack. Love that it folds out to allow access to the trunk.
Reviewed by Brooke M (Bryn Mawr, PA) Reviewed for a 2016 GMC Acadia — Jul 12, 2016 5:37 AM
I needed to borrow a specific type of wrench from my neighbor and also goofed and assembled backwards the first time, but once it was built, it is terrific. Easy to use, looks high end, and I love that I can open my trunk with the bikes still attached to the rack. I have used it for children's bikes on a road trip.
Reviewed by Curtis A (San Francisco, CA) Reviewed for a 2016 Toyota Sienna — Jul 11, 2016 1:16 PM
Like the engineering versus the swing-arm Thule we used to have. More stable, easier to open. When loaded with 4 bikes, it's pretty heavy and takes a big push to get back up. Wonder if I should have bought the spring-loaded version. As other users have commented, the rubber straps are really hard to get on the hooks. Much harder than my Thule rack.
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